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Title: MAP 101


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MAP101
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MAP Basics
  • MAP stands for Measure of Academic Progress
  • Created at distributed by NWEA
  • Many large and surrounding districts are using
  • USD 259 will implement in the fall

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Classroom Reality
  • We have students performing above, at, below
    grade level curriculum
  • The challenge

How Do We Foster Growth for All Students?
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How MAP Tests Address Classroom Diversity
  • Challenging, appropriate, dynamically developed
    for every student
  • Accurate data for students across the scale
  • Untimed
  • Purpose is internal accountability
  • Measures growth in student achievement
  • Immediate Results

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Beginning Literacy
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Rasch unIT (RIT) Scale
  • Achievement Scale
  • Equal-interval
  • Used to show growth over time
  • Scale has the same meaning regardless of
    students grade level or items taken

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Never Use Only One Point of Data
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Instructional Level vs. Mastery
  • The MAP test provides the instructional level of
    the student
  • It provides a roadmap for students toward
    achieving of mastery
  • It is not a test for determining mastery of
    skills

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NWEA Assessments
  • Reading
  • Mathematics

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Sample Item
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Immediate Results
RIT Score
LexileScore
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NWEA Norms
typical
  • What are expected RIT and growth scores?
  • Use RIT point growth

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USD 259 Implementation
  • Proctors at each site
  • Assessment will be required 2 X per year
    (optional 3rd administration at elementary)
  • Data training will be available in the fall to
    help principals and teachers understand the
    reports and information

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Testing Schedule
  • Elementary Schools
  • Fall Testing Window Sept 5th September 15th
  • Winter Testing Window January 3rd January
    12th
  • Optional Spring Testing Window May 1st May
    15th

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MAP Reports
  • Individual student reports available
  • Individual student growth over time
  • Classroom groupings based on specific indicators
  • Classroom growth over time
  • Resources aligned with classroom groups to help
    move students to the next RIT level

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Understanding MAP Reports
  • September 18th and 19th
  • Come and go session
  • Help principals and data leaders download Crystal
    Reports Viewer and access reports
  • September 26th and 27th (Elementary and Middle)
  • Data training provided by MAP
  • 2-day training for Data Leader or one other from
    building
  • Detailed training on how to access reports and
    use data to drive instruction in buildings
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